so answer the first question, really our model is ideal. as you can see, for example, in the d.c. district, we cover the entire district. so, there is no placement of vehicles. the cars will go where the members use them. so, members have access to the system throughout the whole district. >> so, if we took southeast d.c., for example, have you replaced a car in public housing? again, the way our model works, we don't place vehicles. the vehicles will end up where the members use them. so, for those communities or those types of communities, if there's members in those communities that are using the vehicles the vehicles will naturally gravitate to the areas.